Fry goes on a quest to recover his lucky 7-leaf clover after being convinced that his brother took over his identity after he was frozen.

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Turanga Leela (voice)
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Bender / Yancy Fry, Sr. / Midget Jockey / Noticeably F.A.T. (voice)
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Raoul / Race Announcer / Documentary Announcer / Band Member (voice)
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Yancy Fry Jr, (voice)
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Hermes Conrad (voice)
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Horse D'ourves Salesman / Hair-bot / Breakdancing Teacher / Andy Goldman (voice)
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Fry goes on a quest to recover his lucky 7-leaf clover after being convinced that his brother took over his identity after he was frozen.

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Title screen gag: Broadcast simultaneously one year in the future. See more »

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Fry's father Yancy Sr. states that Yancy Jr. is named after him, just like he is named after his father, and so on all the way back to minuteman Yancy Fry. In "Roswell That Ends Well", Fry's paternal grandfather is named Enis Fry. See more »

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[Bender gets on the subway tracks, Fry and Leela climb on]
Bender: This is the Brooklyn bound B-train , making local stops at wherever the hell I feel like. Watch for the closing doors. Bim-bum!
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References The Mickey Mouse Club (1955) See more »

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Don't You (Forget About Me)
Words & Music by Keith Forsey & Steve Schiff
Performed by Simple Minds
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Best episode of Futurama
17 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Without question, this episode is the best Futurama episode to date. And this is after watching every season multiple times. I would challenge any viewer to dispute the excellence of this episode.

The emotional ties to Fry's past and family, and the surprise ending make this some of the best, and most insightful, writings in a TV series.

Writing like this makes me wonder why anyone would ever cancel Futurama. Literary techniques and blatant references to certain films show the true quality of Matt Groening. I am so pleased they brought the show back. Keep up the excellent writing Matt, we all look forward to the continuance of the show!


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